Our prime rib turned out perfectly following this recipe. I was leary of the 425 degrees, but after reading the reviews, decided to try it. Our roast was almost seven pounds and we cooked it 1 hour and forty minutes, or just about 15 minutes per lb.. We did use a meat thermometer and took it out when it got to 120 degrees. We let it rest for about 45 minutes wrapped in aluminum foil. It was a perfect medium rare, moist, and delicious. We have done prime rib for Christmas dinner every year with mixed results. We've rotisseried, in tthe hot oven then turned the oven off, and started hot and then lowered the temp. This one was wonderful and will be our preferred method of cooking from now on.
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Our prime rib turned out perfectly following this recipe. I was leary of the 425 degrees, but...